Looking for good video stuff from collaborative research centers? You'll be disappointed. But there are
Truly translating their research to the medium dance (and only second to film) is what
Natalie Blaser analyzed 360° science videos from the perspective of the science of science communication.
The joy of this playlist, presented by research museums within the Leibniz assocation, is not
To all practitioners in science communication: If you read one paper this year make it
For a good video sometimes it's enough to just have a great protagonist and story.
These two videos have left the expository mode behind and instead opted for poetic and
Linear narrative structures are much less interesting for the audiences than, for example, the documentary
These two videos are about as different in their tonality and form as two videos
When photographic artist and filmmaker Chris Jordan travelled to Midway Island, he found thousands of
A woman's reponse to a failed Discovery Channel promotion: #ItsOurWorldToo
Get your pathogenic yeast knowledge up to speed in no time.
This short film really adds to the underlying scientific publication.
You're seeking a new job in research? You're applying for funds? You want to communicate
A strong film concept, a touch of story, and a good beat – that's how
Sometimes you're just too late for filming the real thing. But you can find workarounds.
A deep dive into the world of Nautiluses.
What happens when a mathematician who loves to bake has a 3D printer at hand?
Traditional tone and narrative, but individual design.
This video is not the worst way to communicate a European Horizon 2020 science project.
You want to buy fake views for your video? That's easily done and mostly successful.
This animation deserves standing ovations.